Kids Earn Cash Review – Parents Beware


Kidsearncash Review

When I was reviewing Kidsgetmoney, I was so sure that they are going to change their identity very soon.

And I was right!

Kidsgetmoney has made a comeback, now under the name of Kidsearncash.

If you don’t believe me, just type Kidsgetmoney.co on your browser and it will lead you straight to Kidsearncash.com.

In fact, Kidsgetmoney was barely around for 3 weeks! The domain was registered on 2/2/2019 and it is not due for renewal any time soon. So what is the hurry to change the name?

If you are wondering why am I talking about Kidsgetmoney so much, while this review is supposedly about Kidsearncash, please be patient and stay with me.

In a while more, all your questions are going to get answered.


Kidsearncash Summary

Product Name: Kidsearncash

Website: kidsearncash.com

Founder: unknown

Product Type: SCAM

Price: FREE

Best For: No one

Summary: Kidsearncash pretends to be a Get Paid To (GPT) site that allows you to make money by filling up surveys or completing small tasks. However, it is actually a scam in disguise that never pays, and potentially stealing your personal information.

Overall Ranking: 0/10

Recommend: No

 

 


What Is Kidsearncash

On the surface, Kidsearncash looks like a Get Paid To (GPT) platform, where you can make money by filling up survey, completing simple tasks, or by promoting their site.

Here are the various ways to ‘earn’ your money:

 

1. Filling up surveys or completing small tasks – the rewards from Task Wall ranging from $25 – $50.

 

2. Creating YouTube video promoting Kidsearncash – you get $50 for doing so.

 

3. Sharing your referral link – the system will assign you a referral link and you get paid $2 per click and $10 for every sign-up.

 

Personally, I have signed up with various legit Get Paid To (GPT) sites, but I have yet to encounter one that is able to offer you remuneration that high.

Filling up a simple survey will generally make you $0.5- $2. An earning as high as $50 typically only applies to focus group – meaning that you have to be physically present in a discussion room, to provide feedback with regards to a product, service, concept etc.

Performing a simple task online and get paid that amount of money? That doesn’t make sense at all!

Not to mention the $2 per click and $10 per referral which is obviously overkilling.

Don’t get me wrong, there are companies that offer more than $10 per referral. But if you look closely, you will realise that those are usually companies offering services (e.g. Uber). And you only get the $10 referral fee once your referrals engage services with that company (e.g. take their first ride with Uber).

But that is not the case with Kidsearncash. So how does Kidsearncash explain this?

Well according to Kidsearncash, they are an influencer marketing platform. They pay you for bringing traffic to their site, which in turn build awareness and exposure to their top advertisers like Target, Epic Games, Amazon, Apple and more.

They further explained that they started off paying their influencer (which is you, if you sign up with them) $0.1 for every referral but since then, the value has grown.

I can tell you that all of these are total BS, and I have just the right proof to show you.

 

 

What I Like About Kidsearncash

There is nothing that I like about Kidsearncash. It is just a total waste of time!

 

What I Don’t Like About Kidsearncash

1. Fake Testimonial

How does a site just created merely 15 days ago having members since 2016?

And making $11M with Kidsearnmoney? I am appalled by the extent of this lie!

It is obvious that they are trying to improve the credibility of Kidsearncash by making it sounds like it has been around for a while now.

However, domain information doesn’t lie – Kidsearncash simply did not exist in 2016 & 2017, and not even 3 months ago.

2. Kidsearncash Payment Proof

If you are still waiting for your payment to arrive, don’t bother.

Here come the REAL testimonials! Let’s take a look at what other users have to say about them.

You see it right, no one ever gets paid from them. Some couldn’t get their account verified for payment, and some simply get banned from Kidsearncash when the payment is due.

You can click on the screenshot below to read the reviews on scamadvisor.com.

 

 

3. Potential Phishing

‘Since this is a free opportunity, why not try out and see how it goes?’

If that is on your mind, please stop to reconsider.

Scammers nowadays are not only after your money but also your personal information.

Your personal details such as phone number, are valuable to scammers. It can be sold to third-party at a price and you will end up with an influx of spam calls and texts.

 

4. Fake Endorsement

What does CNN, Forbes, Business Insider, or even Yahoo! Finance have to do with Kidsearncash?

Having big guys’ logo on the site gives a false assurance that Kidsearncash has been endorsed by the big brands.

But, if you perform a simple search online, you will know that Kidsearncash has not been featured by any of them before.

Anyway, this fake endorsement looks pale in comparison with their past practice, where Kidsgetmoney fake their own CEO using Akshay Ruparelia (the UK youngest Indian-Origin millionnaire) photo.

p/s: Talking about the fake endorsement, it reminds me of another product that even goes to the extent of editing Mark Zuckerberg’s photo to their advantage. Nowadays we can’t just believe in any photos!

 

5. Old Scam Rehashed

The truth is, Kidsearncash is just a scam that had been going around for a while now but under different names.

It started as Kidspaidmoney, then Kidsearnmoney, Kidsgetmoney, and now Kidsearncash is the latest edition. Each of them has been short-lived, existed only for a few weeks to months before they scraped the whole site and rebuilt another.

This is a typical tactic performed by scam artists – changing name frequently before the bad reviews catching up with it.

Yes, this time they had managed to change some of the web design, but it is really not difficult to spot the similarities.

Notice that most of the wordings are still the same?

But, they did such shoddy work, there is a lot of inconsistent information throughout the site.

For example, how do they co-exist in Canada and London at the same time?

And of course, it is easy to overlook such details when you change identity too often. They even forgot to change the name from Kidsgetmoney to Kidsearncash.

 

Is Kidsearncash A Scam?

Yes, Kidsearncash is an outright scam.

But what set this scam scheme apart from rest is that this one is actually targeting teens/kids.

Show me a teen that doesn’t complain about the amount of their pocket money!

Knowing teens/kids, they are vulnerable to scams like this, and they lack the knowledge to differentiate legit opportunities from the scams.

And not only teens/kids, but adults can also easily fall prey to scams like this too, especially when the time is difficult and this comes as an easy solution.

 

A Better Way To Make Money Online

Kidsearncash sounds like a great opportunity to make easy money, but it really isn’t.

So what can you do now?

If you are tired of scams that gives great promises but under-delivers, why not ditch the idea of making easy money, and find a legit way to build a lasting online business instead?

Look at these people, they are not some extraordinary genius, they are people just like you and me.

And one thing they have in common?

They invest their time and energy on one proven system, which is what I am going to show you.

And don’t worry, these are real people with real testimonies. For that, I can guarantee you.

Not only that, I will also help you along the way, by being your personal coach.

But first, read my guide here and find out more.

 

What do you think about Kidsearncash? Share with me your thoughts at the comment section below!

Have any Question or Comment?

8 comments on “Kids Earn Cash Review – Parents Beware

Sammynathaniels

Hi Grace, thank you for bringing this up 

There are a lot of phishing and scam sites out there and you just did a thorough follow up and review on a major one. 

When I came across the ‘FAKE TESTIMONIAL -How does a site just created merely 15 days ago having members since 2016?And making $11M with Kidsearnmoney? I am appalled by the extent of this lie!” part, I was more than flabbergasted! Surely only newbies will fall for their scam and I do hope they find this article before they fall prey!

We need of you out there, great !

Regards,

Sammy.

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Editor

Let’s hope they do!

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Curtis

Thank you Grace for reviewing this obvious scam online business opportunity. It amazes me how these scammers continue to invade the online world to rake advantage of people looking for a legitimate money making business. And to use kids in the name to make it look easier, is just sad. They obviously are good marketers, because too many people fall for this type of get-rich-quick schemes often.

I will definitely be staying away from this venture.

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Editor

Seeing Kidsearncash all over the social media, I have no doubt they are good marketers too.

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Selenity Jade

OMG! Scam sites targeting kids or teens!? I don’t know why I’m surprised, but it’s just extra horrible. Thanks so much for the warning. I’m often looking at scams just to stay informed. It’s easier to recognize similar ones in the future.

I received a fun email message supposedly from Melania Trump about my $60 million I’m owed. So information should definitely always be protected. Me email address is over 10 years old, I get my fair share now, but better that then handing out my phone number or address!! 

I honestly didn’t know that some scam sites like this are only after your information. I always assumed that scam sites start asking for payment or trick you into giving out bank information or credit card information. Just wow.

Thank you again!

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Editor

Someone impersonating Melania Trump?! Wow, that just goes to show how desperate they are. Thanks for sharing this info with us.

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Dave

Hi Grace

Thanks for posting this. It’s sites like this that really anger me, these slugs taking advantage of kids.

I wish all reviewers just put out the information like you do. 🙂 No non-sense…this is the way is it!

With two young sons, I am always wary of these thing, especially since they spend so much time on computers, at home and at school.

Thanks for the review.

Cheers,Dave

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Editor

No problem Dave! Scams sites nowadays target everyone regardless of age.

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Editor

Hi, I am Grace, the founder of Kernel Affiliate.

Seeing that there is much misleading information in the make-money-online niche, I decided to start up this site to help you look past the hypes and scams and to discover legit online opportunities.

Please make use of my research and reviews in your own ventures. And let me know if it has benefited you!

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